Q: The guy that ran me over his dad has insurance it's umbrella insurance for the hole family..its 2 million policy
Now would that cover the son while driving a uninsured truck or can I sue him
A: You can always make a claim against someone who hits you with a vehicle. If I'm understanding your question correctly, I think your asking whether the father (and therefor his insurance) might also cover your injuries. The answer is "maybe." You need a lawyer to help you figure that out.
The answer to whether the father might have responsibility too depends on lots of questions. How old is the son/guy? Did he have his father's permission to drive the vehicle? Who owns the vehicle? Does the son live with the father? Was the son doing something for the father at the time of the wreck? What does the umbrella policy say about who it covers?
There are any number of scenarios where dad's insurance might cover your claims, and there are lots of scenarios where it wouldn't. Patrick Trudell in Kirkland can help you figure out the answers. (425) 822-2200.
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